Everyman Belsize Park

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Everyman Belsize Park

Formerly known as the Screen on the Hill, the Everyman Belsize Park is now part of the Everyman group of luxury cinemas, which includes the Everyman Hampstead and the Everyman Screen on the Green. Nestled among bars and restaurants in Belsize Park, this is a single-screen cinema with 113 standard seats and 16 premier seats – but the standard seats are pretty fancy too (leather armchairs and sofas). The films are a mix of mainstream and independent, and the food and drink is of the superior kind. This was the first of the luxury Everyman cinemas and so is something of a flagship, alongside its near-neighbour the Everyman Hampstead.

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Venue name: Everyman Belsize Park
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Address: 203 Haverstock Hill
London
NW3 4QC
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    • 3 out of 5 stars
    The female of the species is more deadly than the male. Is she really? The heroine of Daphne du Maurier’s 1951 novel is suspected of being a poisoner – a black widow who’s bumped off her husband. But the real killer in Du Maurier’s tale of obsessi...
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      • 3 out of 5 stars
      This London-set, golden years romcom stars Diane Keaton as Emily, an all-at-sea American widow, and Brendan Gleeson as Donald, a gruff Irish loner – living on different sides of the tracks in the same north London suburb. It’s directed by Joel Hop...
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      • 3 out of 5 stars
      June 1944. The Allied armies stand poised to invade Normandy and liberate Europe. And one cranky, cigar-chomping prime minister is doing himself no favours by bending the ear of anyone who’ll listen with premonitions of disaster if the D-Day plans...
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      • 5 out of 5 stars
      Back in UK cinemas as part of the BFI’s Dustin Hoffman season, Mike Nichols’s near-flawless class satire still feels as sly, modern and bracing as it must have in 1967. Hoffman plays Ben Braddock, the twitchy, disaffected son of middlebrow Califor...
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    Poppy L
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    The Belsize Park branch of the Everyman cinemas is the first I've visited. It felt like a VIP screening mixed with going around to a friends house. It's small with only one screen, so feels really exclusive yet spacious! Plus, any cinema that serves gin, humous and olives to your seat is a friend of mine. Toilets are a 6/10!


    Jessica S

    Comfy chairs and food & drink delivered straight to you - the perfect cinema experience. Best place to watch NT Live theatre.

    Amy M

    Comfortable seats, excellent snacks (with no rustling packaging), this is the perfect cinematic venue tucked away on the high street. Surrounded by great restaurants on all sides - the perfect date night spot.